Cozy 1934 studio apartment in Gothenburg

This is a tiny, 1-room apartment located in Landala, a district in central Gothenburg. It’s situated in a building that dates back to 1934 and it occupies a surface of 38 square meters. Even though it’s an old apartment, it has a modern interior that still retains some of the building’s old charm. The apartment is situated on the second floor in a four-storey building and it’s currently searching for a new owner that can buy it for 1.28 million SEK.

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The interior of the apartment is very charming and cozy. It’s filled with natural light and has a bright and airy décor. The living room features two large windows with views of the Vasa church’s bell tower. This area is in fact a beautiful alcove with cream-painted walls and wallpaper featuring a grey0blue floral pattern. It has oak parquet flooring and comfortable and casual furniture. The kitchen is small but functionally decorated. It has a retro look with glossy white tiles, a large window with the same views as those from the living room and Magnolia-painted walls. The black and white flooring adds a distinctive classic touch to the décor.

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The bathroom is also quite small and features bright ceramic tiles, a sleek bathroom cabinet and a heated tower hanger. The apartment also has a cozy bedroom with white walls and grey wallpaper. It’s small and only contains a comfy bed and a small wooden desk with a transparent chair. The hall is a very well-organized space decorated with a large wardrobe cabinet and oak parquet floor.{found on stadshem}.